‘A Walk in the Grove’ house tour takes place Saturday

 

The Villagers’ 2013 Holiday House Tour, “A Walk in the Grove,” takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in Coconut Grove.

The tour is walkable and there will also be a jitney available at Plymouth Church to take visitors to homes on Bayview Street. Other homes are on Devon and Hibiscus roads. A quilt raffle, food and holiday boutique will be open at Davis Hall at the church.

Tickets cost $35, advance purchase only. Send a check and self-stamped addressed envelope to: The Villagers, P.O. Box 141843, Coral Gables,33114-1843. Include your phone number and name on the check. For information, call Joan Bounds at 305-442-2330.

Proceeds will fund scholarships and historic restoration and preservation projects.

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